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The Divine Divan: Four Women and One Casserole

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Like my sister and I, The Original Chicken Divan was not born in Kansas. Chicken Divan was the signature dish of the now bygone restaurant, Divan Parisien in New York City. But Kansas… Continue reading

the new & old.

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A British chef by the name of┬áNigel Slater published a cookbook titled Tender, in 2009. The book is filled with absolutely glorious images, a very stylish sense of design, and sumptuous writing and… Continue reading

a girl and her greens, part two.

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As Lindsay put it last week, “a potential Sunday tradition” has, for me, turned into an absolute Sunday tradition. There is something special about Sundays that make you want to make traditions anyways.… Continue reading

Thursday’s Brunch

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inventive & festive cornbread, from our class brunch

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FRESH ROSEMARY & GRUYERE CORNBREAD For the cornbread we made in class, Stephanie and I decided to use Kristina’s delicious and basic cornbread recipe and add our own contributions (ahem, CHEESE). So thank… Continue reading

a girl and her greens.

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to the market we go… Sunday was my day for marketing – the rain had stopped, the sun was out for maybe just a minute, people were out brunching and strolling and the… Continue reading

hello readers!

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bi-coastal living has widened my palette, from vermont to san francisco and everywhere between and beyond. I am a senior media studies and journalism student with a non-stop obsession for food and sharing… Continue reading